Lauren became intrigued with pop culture at an early age. Lauren is now in her 30s. She likes to drink lots of water and has a tea before bed. Lauren is extremely clumsy and has a tendency to trip on smooth solid surfaces. For the benefit of the court, she cannot explain timecode.
The Walking Dead Issue 107 ended with Paul and Rick discussing what may need to be down to stop the harassment of Negan and the Saviors. Paul’s suggestion was to finally meet Ezekiel, and in this issue that's exactly what happens. Read More
David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, for me, was one of those turning points in life. I had always been the girl in my group of friends that didn’t like what everyone else liked. I always liked what was “weird”. For some reason, Twin Peaks was actually an Read More
In 1978, PBS purchased four seasons of my most favorite television program ever: Doctor Who. A year later, I was born and was immediately immersed by my father into his admiration for science fiction. The first four seasons starring Tom Baker as the Read More
B.P.R.D.: 1948 finishes its five-issue run this month. The monthly miniseries, which started in October, started with Professor Bruttenholm and the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense as they relocated to Connecticut in 1948 after the war. Read More
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind holds a place in my heart much like Lost In Translation, which I discussed a few weeks ago — which is to say I cry every time I watch it. The best part of Eternal Sunshine is that it is completely truthful in terms Read More
When I saw Lost In Translation, I fell in love. I had just turned 24. I had just finished grad school. I had no direction in life. I had no idea what I was supposed to be. I was essentially this character portrayed by Scarlett Johansson. All these years Read More
B.P.R.D.: 1948 catches up with Professor Bruttenholm and the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense as they relocate to Connecticut in 1948 after the war. They are drawn in to investigate a classified project that is underway, utilizing nuclear Read More
As I stated last week, my favorite cinema family in history is more than likely the Griswolds. Clark, Ellen, Rusty and Audrey first graced our theatres in 1983 in National Lampoon’s Vacation. Penned by John Hughes, the film follows the Griswolds as they Read More
As you saw in my Sixteen Candles — aka John Hughes Films Part One — piece last week, I also have The Breakfast Club soundtrack on vinyl. Yes, let’s continue with the works of John Hughes and my love of them, shall we? Read More
While I could try to make an entire article on every John Hughes movie that I fully appreciate — and that has shaped me — the article would run on and on and on. So, I’m going to break this up for you all. Let’s start with one of my favorite movies ever Read More
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